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Furthur Live at Radio City Music Hall on 2011-03-26

by Furthur



Set 1:
01 tuning
02 Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion
03 Viola Lee Blues
04 Alligator
05 Minglewood Blues
06 Sittin' on top of the World
07 Alice D. Millionaire
08 Cream Puff War
09 Turn on Your LoveLight

Set 2:
01 tuning
02 Playin' in the Band
03 Born Cross Eyed
04 Dark Star
05 Eclipse
06 Dark Star
07 Mountains of the Moon
08 Dark Star
09 Terrapin Suite
10 Stella Blue
11 Help on the Way
12 Slipknot
13 Franklin's Tower
14 donor rap

Encore:
15 One more Saturday Night


Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue Radio City Music Hall
Location NYC

Source AKG 481 > Oade OCM PMD661 @ 24bit/48Khz
Lineage SD card > Adobe Audition > CD Wave > Traders's Littler Helper
Taped by Chris LaPorte
Transferred by Chris LaPorte

Notes

Furthur
March 26th, 2011
NYC
Radio City Music Hall

Show dedicated to Stan Owsley

AKG481 > Oade OCM Marantz PMD661 @24bit/48Khz
Tapers Section, Orch 4, Row P, Seat 402
9ft high, Din(a)

SDcard>adobe Audition > CDwave > Trader's little Helper.

Adobe: fade ins/out, resampled/dithered to 16bit/44Khz.
CDwave: tracking.
TLH: md5, flac, ffp.

Reviews

Reviewer: lovewoodstock - - March 29, 2011
Subject: Sounds DAMN good!!
Have been unable to break free for this tour and give thanks to Chris for a DAMN good recording!!I had the pleasure of last tour still fresh in mind and these boy's are on fire.I think this show is best represented by Alice D and rightfuly so...RESPECT to the BEAR.I am sooo glad that they are also giving us the rare looks of creampuff..I so SCREAMED!!! to Phil @ glens falls to bring that out and did the same to Bob a week later @ the palace theatre..Thank You Both for not only bringing it back... but doing it together FIRST!!The first step towards what we see today and OHH SOO HAPPY!! Damn good show here and worthy of great rating.P.S. MY FAV..nothing so far tops Gelston Castle July 3rd last summer..IT WAS JUST FOR HEADS!! and HEADS DID ROLL!!Thank you Phil and Kudos Bob... TAKE IT FURTHUR!!!
Reviewer: saffronballoon - - March 29, 2011
Subject: more than this i cannot ask-
john k's stella blue. thank you all
Reviewer: Skobud - - March 28, 2011
Subject: Best Yet
I was at this show and it was great. It was not dull nor was it difficult to grasp. I have seen them play every tour since they have formed and this was the best they have sounded. If you doubt it, just listen to the recording. Russo was incredible and Phil owned it.

I think these shows cannot and should not be compared to the old days. Things are different and they are making the best out of what they have. Like I said, for all the haters and naysayers - Give the first set an honest listen..Then tell me what you think. I think you will be suprised.

A fitting tribute to Bear. They launched him into the upper atmosphere this particular evening. A special night indeed. Anyone who was actually there would understand. If you are going to a Furthur show with the expectation of GD, you will end up dissappointed. This is not the Grateful Dead, its Furthur. Now if you are doubting the musicianship, perhaps you should go mow lawns or do whatever gets you off. These guys can play and they put on a great show. .
Reviewer: G. Ganter - - March 28, 2011
Subject: Great recording
Thanks Chris for a crisp recording! I really loved the first set, even though the Alice D. did not move me as deeply as it seems to be spoken about by others. On paper, I grasp the logic of set 2, but at the venvue I found the execution a tad meandering and dull (esp. the DS>Mountains>DS sangwich). Eclipse was a real surprise and well played but didn't feel very well integrated. YMMV--this is a type of music that requires a marriage of expectation and performance. For me, it wasn't until the Terrapin windup that they got the music into a solid, touchable entity. But what a great band they have become! Almost every show this tour has some real gems in it.
Reviewer: fordfairway - - March 28, 2011
Subject: definitely one grateful tribute
The nod to Bears passing is beautiful! Song selection is also inspired with the 2nd set lunar theme.
Reviewer: Furthurite - - March 27, 2011
Subject: RIP Owsley Stanley
Alice D. Millionaire a very cool tribute to Owsley "BEAR" Stanley who died in a car accident March 13 2011 in Queensland Australia. Bear was the GD's engineer/soundman back in the early days. The song is in reference to him becoming a rich man by making and selling high quality LSD.
Jimi Hendrix wrote Purple Haze about Bear's acid.

Thank you for posting this show so fast. Great sound and feel!
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